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Definition of "panoplied" [pan•o•plied]

  • Dressed in panoply; splendidly displayed. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "panoplied" in a sentence
  • ""'Full-panoplied from the head of Jove,' Lizzie," she said."
  • "a moral one; it is kept in conformity with final authority by the machinery of appeal; it is "animated with a common purpose"; its members are "panoplied" with what is practically a life tenure of their posts; and it is "armed with the tremendous weapons" which slay legislation."
  • "And as for me, I too capped my bitter scorn and laughter, remembered the prison houses of old Babylon, smiled to myself a huge cosmic smile, and drifted off and away into the largeness of the little death that made me heir of all the ages and the rider full-panoplied and astride of time."